The marriage of Salim Mehajer’s younger sister and her bikie husband appears to be on the rocks just weeks after their lavish wedding and whirlwind romance of barely a month.
Sanaa Mehajer, 23, tied the knot with Nomads enforcer Moudi Tajjour, 33, on Boxing Day last year, just 48 hours after announcing their engagement on Instagram.
But just six weeks on and the couple’s romance has seemingly come to an end, with the pair unfollowing and deleting photos of each other online, and Tajjour appearing to direct vile abuse towards Ms Mehajer.
Salim Mehajer’s younger sister Sanaa (left) has seemingly split from her bikie husband Moudi Tajjour (right) just weeks after their lavish wedding
Sanaa (centre left), 23, tied the knot with ex-Nomads enforcer Moudi (centre right), 33, on Boxing Day last year, just 48 hours after announcing their engagement
Just weeks on and the couple’s romance appears to have gone sour, with someone using Tajjour’s account commenting on one of Ms Mehajer’s Instagram posts: ‘U f***ing s**t’. Tajjour claims he was ‘hacked’
Where once their Instagram’s were filled with loved-up pictures together, there is no longer any sign of their relationship on Ms Mehajer and Tajjour’s online accounts.
Commenting beneath a photo she shared on Tuesday evening, a comment from the account of John Ibrahim’s cousin wrote: ‘U F**KINB S**t’.
On another post Tajjour appeared to say: ‘Check ur inbox now ARE WE CLEAR NOW’.
When contacted by Daily Mail Australia, the top bikie claimed his account had been ‘hacked’ but refused to comment on whether he was still married to Ms Mehajer.
‘I’ve made my position clear (my) page (has) been hacked, that’s all you will know,’ he said.
It’s a far cry from the loved-up display the pair previously showed on Instagram, with both Ms Mehajer and the bikie regularly sharing pictures together.
In late December the second youngest Mehajer sibling married the ex-Nomads vice president, who was once jailed after being convicted of manslaughter.
‘Officially #MrsTajjour Stay tuned for our wedding in 2018!’ Ms Mehajer wrote, giving an indication they had planned another ceremony this year.
Ms Mehajer no longer follows her husband on Instagram, a far cry from their regular romantic displays
The former vice president of the Nomads bikie club claims his account has been hacked but would not comment on whether the pair had split
‘Officially #MrsTajjour Stay tuned for our wedding in 2018!’ Ms Mehajer (pictured) wrote last year
Tajjour (front) and his brother Sleiman Simon Tajjour (back) were both convicted of the manslaughter of Robin Nassour in 2006
At the time Tajjour also showed his softer side: ‘Thank you for agreeing to be with me for the rest of my life. How did someone so beautiful love a head like mine?’
It’s believed the pair may have first met at the high-profile wedding of Ms Mehajer’s older sister Aisha and Tajjour’s cousin Sam, in November 2017.
Tajjour was photographed stepping out of a luxurious blue Audi at the front of the house belonging to John Ibrahim’s mother.
Ms Mehajer is the second youngest of Salim’s sisters. The property developer’s other siblings are Kat, Aisha, Mary, Zena and Fatima.
Tajjour and his brother Sleiman Simon Tajjour were convicted of the manslaughter of Robin Nassour in 2006.
The couple were married on Boxing Day last year, less than 48 hours after announcing their engagement
The pair (pictured) began dating in November 2017, just weeks after the high-profile wedding of Ms Mehajer’s older sister Aisha and Tajjour’s cousin Sam
They spent four years in jail over the ambush attack, before being released in March 2010.
Little more than a year after being released their Merrylands home was targetted in a drive by shooting. Weeks later, so was the home of their cousin John Ibrahim.
Sleiman Tajjour is currently the national president of the Nomads.
The former senior bikie claimed his social media account had been hacked in recent weeks.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted both Ms Mehajer and Tajjour for comment.
Tajjour (left) is the cousin of Kings Cross nightclub identity John Ibrahim (right)